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English Edition
SERVICE MANUAL
By Portable Document Format
SPEEDLITE 580EX II
C50-0811
CY8-1201-307E
Copyright © 2007 Canon Inc.
PREFACE
General
Technical
Repair
Adjustments
Parts Catalog
Circuit Diagrams
To CP-E4
To SB-E2

   Summary of Contents for Canon 580EXII

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    English Edition PREFACE General SERVICE MANUAL Technical By Portable Document Format Repair SPEEDLITE 580EX II Adjustments C50-0811 Parts Catalog Circuit Diagrams To CP-E4 To SB-E2 CY8-1201-307E Copyright © 2007 Canon Inc.

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    SPEEDLITE 580EX II REF. NO. C50-0811 SERVICE MANUAL Copyright © 2007 Canon Inc.

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    Preface PREFACE This manual contains the information necessary for servicing this product. It consist of the following sections. General Information Provides the basic information necessary to understand the product. (Operating instructions are not included. Refer to the product's instruction book if necessary.) Technical Information Provides technical information about the mechanisms and electronics of the product.

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  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    General Information CONTENTS Page General Information 1. DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES........... . 1 1.1 Development Objectives .

  • Page 6: Development Objectives, Development Objectives, Development Concepts

    • Dust- and water-resistant external power pack and Off-Camera Shoe Cord • Improved reliability of communications through the direct contacts • Shorter recycling time • Safety measures against non-Canon external power packs • Silent recycling • External metering sensor ●New Design and Improved Operation Ease •...

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     Dust/water-resistant with external power –  pack Dust/water-resistant –  Mounting foot material Metal Mold Reliability Safety measures for non-Canon external –  power packs External metering (Auto, manual) –  PC terminal – Misc.  Dedicated bracket –...

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    General Information Although the 580EX II inherits the 580EX's basic functions, its reliability and features have been improved to meet the high-end needs of professional photographers. 1) Improved Reliability and Features for Professionals ■EOS-1D Mark III's dust- and water-resistance While retaining the 580EX's easy operation, the 580EX II attains the same high level of dust- and water-resistance as the EOS-1D Mark III.

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    General Information ■Improved reliability of direct contacts 1. Metal mounting foot The mounting foot is now made of metal instead of molded plastic. With higher rigidity and less chance of breakage due to shock, the reliability is improved. 2. Improved communication reliability In the past, there have been cases where the Speedlite's metallic contacts rubbed against the hot shoe's molded plastic as the Speedlite was attached to the camera.

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    General Information ■PC terminal A PC terminal has been newly provided. In case the mounting foot is broken, the Speedlite can still be used with the PC terminal connection (manual flash and manual external metering). ■Safety measures to prevent overheating If the flash is repeatedly fired many times, it will be forced to wait for an interval of 8 seconds before it can be repeatedly fired again.

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    General Information ■Speedlite control with the EOS-1D Mark III's menu When the 580EX II is attached to the EOS-1D Mark III, you can set the Speedlite function settings and Speedlite Custom Functions with the camera's menu. You can also cancel all the Speedlite Custom Function settings with the camera.

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    General Information ■SB-E2 (Dust- and water-resistant bracket) Updated model of SB-E1 which included the original Off- camera Shoe Cord. The bracket is now equipped with the new OC-E3 and it is now dust- and water-resistant, equivalent to EOS-1D Mark III. Dimensions (W×H×D): 251×109.5×77.2 mm/9.88×4.31×3.04 in.

  • Page 13: Features, Improved Reliability And Features For Professionals, New Design And Easier To Use

    General Information . FEATURES . Improved Reliability and Features for Professionals ●Same level of dust/water resistance as the EOS-1D Mark III ● Dust/water-resistant build also incorporated in the CP-E4 (external power pack), OC-E3 (Off-Camera Shoe Cord), and EOS-1D Mark III to make the whole system dust/water resistant ●Improved reliability of direct contacts 1.

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    General Information . 0EX's High-end Features Retained ●Maximum Guide No. 58/190 (105mm, at ISO 100 in meters/feet) ●Color temperature information transmission The color temperature data is transmitted between the Speedlite and digital SLR camera. The camera then sets the optimum white balance to minimize irregular colors. ●Autozoom control for image size If the digital camera has an angle of view smaller than the full-frame 35mm-format, the Speedlite's autozoom will zoom to obtain the optimum flash coverage.

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    General Information . NOMENCLATURE Bounce lock release button Built-in wide panel Flash head/ (retracted) Wireless transmitter LCD panel Flash mode/ Slave setting button LCD panel illumination/Custom Battery compartment cover Function setting button Battery compartment lock lever Wireless sensor Pilot lamp/Test firing/ Wireless slave power ON button High-speed sync (FP flash)/...

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    General Information Auto external metering ISO speed icon indicator Displayed when manual external metering is set. • Displayed when auto external metering is set. Manual external metering MASTER icon indicator Displayed when Master is selected with the Displayed when manual external wireless selector button.

  • Page 17: Specifications, Specifications

    General Information . SPECIFICATIONS . Specifications Type On-camera, E-TTL II/E-TTL/TTL autoflash Speedlite Type-A EOS cameras (E-TTL II/E-TTL autoflash), Compatible cameras Type-B EOS cameras (TTL autoflash) Guide No. 58/190 (at 105mm focal length) Type Flash coverage 24 - 105mm (14mm with wide panel) Flash duration Normal flash: 1.2 ms or shorter, Quick flash: 2.3 ms or shorter Color temperature...

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    General Information .2 Custom Functions Shaded cells indicate new features not found in the 580EX. Setting Item Setting Description Meters (m) C.Fn-00 Distance indicator display Feet (ft) Enabled C.Fn-01 Auto power off Disabled Enabled (DOF preview butt.) Enabled (Test firing butt.) C.Fn-02 Modeling flash Enabled (with both buttons)

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    General Information . FEATURE AVAILABILITY WITH 0EX II + EOS External Flash Exposure Color Max. Sync Speed (sec.) Flash Metering System Wireless Flash Flash 2nd- Image metering Compensation Modeling Temperature Camera Ratio Curtain Size Flash Lock Flash Information 1/90 1/125 1/200 1/250 1/500 E-TTLII E-TTL TTL Auto Manual E-TTL 580EX II Camera...

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    Technical Information CONTENTS Page Technical Information 1. SWITCHES ..............1 2.

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    Technical Information . SWITCHES Code Name Function TEST Test switch Test firing button Bounce switch Detects bounce direction (vert. or horiz.) DOWNB 7° downward shift switch Detects 7° downward shift. High Speed Synchro switch Determines HSS timing Wide panel switch Detects wide panel (WP) setting.

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    Technical Information . ICS & PDS 1) IC Brd Symbol Name Function IC107S Overall Control IC106S Comparator IC Controls signal comparisons IC101S EEPROM Stores electrical adjustment settings. IC102S Metering IC Flash output control IC19 OR Gate Remote control pulse shaping control IC15 Step-up Voltage regulator Generates a regulated 5.5V...

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    Technical Information . CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION . Power Source (1) When the batteries are installed, BATT1 is input to IC16 through L4 and D40. (2) When the D40 voltage output enters IC16, VCC is output from pin 1 and input to IC107S (MPU) pin 94.

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    Technical Information (Recharging Stop) (4) When the main capacitor's voltage becomes about 350V or higher, it passes through ZD2 and R203 and turns on Q34. CPU is reset to stop the recharging. (This is a safety circuit that stops charging in case the MPU malfunctions.) (5) If any of the following conditions occurs, IC107S pin 114 outputs "L"...

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    Technical Information . Camera Communications 1) X-sync Terminal Circuit (1) When X becomes "L," RQ9 turns on via D106S and R328. (2) When RQ9 turns on, IC107 pin 100 goes "H." and flash firing begins at the leading edge of "H." (3) When the TEST SW (Test firing button) is pressed, RQ 19 turns on and IC107 pin 117 becomes "H."...

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    Technical Information 4) EFIDO Terminal Circuit (Camera to Speedlite Transmission Terminal) (1) EFIDO is input to IC102S pin 26, and is compared with the IC102S internal reference voltage (2.6V). (2) If the input voltage of EFIDO is less than 2.6V, "L" is output to IC102S pin 15, and "L" is input to IC107S pin 14.

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    Technical Information . Zoom Control (1) The focal length information from the camera is input through the EFIDO terminal. (2) If the focal length has changed, the focal length is displayed on the LCD panel and output from either pin 5, 6 or 7 of IC107S and input to either pin 2, 3, or 4 of IC18. (3) This input causes a change at pins 7-10 which causes the stepping motor to move the flash head accordingly.

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    Technical Information . SE Timer (1) With the wireless mode set to OFF or MASTER, if no operation is executed for about 90 seconds (Maximum 15 minutes, if it is overheated) after the Power SW is turned on, IC107S pin 115 becomes "L" and IC15, IC17 and RQ100S turn off to cut off the power source.

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    Technical Information (5) If that output signal is "H", FET1 turns ON, and Q8 urns on turn IT1 ON. As a result, Xe1 fires, If that output signal is "L", FET1 turns OFF, Q16 turns ON and IT1 turns OFF to stop firing. <Operation Sequence>...

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    Technical Information .0 Remote Control Reception Circuit (For Slave Units) (1) When the Speedlite 580EX II is set as a slave unit, IC107S pin 95 is set to "L" and RQ105S is turned on to supply VCC to the remote control reception circuit. (2) When supplied with VCC, Q25 turns on.

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    Technical Information . Wireless Communication, FP, TTL Flash, and External flash metering (1) For FP "Flat Firing" an inductance of about 60μH is necessary, so for flat firing IC107S pin 118 goes low, turning off BRC1 and SCR2 and placing both L2 and L3, a total of 60μH, in series with the Xenon tube.

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    Technical Information . Quick Charging Voltage Tripler Circuit Quick Flash, which triples the main capacitor voltage operates as follows. <Negative Tripler Flash Circuit> (1) The C22 capacitor multiplies the voltage to the flash circuit. It is charged along with the main capacitor C14.

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    Repair Information CONTENTS Page Repair Information 1.REPAIR PREPARATIONS ………………………………………………………………… 1 1.1 Discharge the Main Capacitor …………………………………………………… 1 1.2 Electrostatic Damage …………………………………………………………… 2 1.3 Waterproofing …………………………………………………………………… 2 1.4 Expendables ……………………………………………………………………… 2 2.DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY …………………………………………………… 3 2.1 Front Cover Ass'y Disassembly ………………………………………………… 3 2.2 Rear Cover Ass'y Disassembly ……………………………………………………10 2.3 Flash Head Disassembly …………………………………………………………13 2.4 Flash Head Ass'y Disassembly ……………………………………………………20 2.5 Wide Panel Ass'y Disassembly …………………………………………………22...

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    Repair Information .REPAIR PREPARATIONS Important! Read this before starting repairs. 1.1 Discharge the Main Capacitor  The Speedlite's main capacitor holds a maximum of 330V. Even after the flash is fired at full power, the capacitor still retains 70V to 90V. Before disassembly, be sure to discharge the main capacitor. Set the flash head to the normal position (bounce angle 0).

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    Repair Information 1.2 Electrostatic Damage  Static electricity, generated by the rubbing of your clothing, can cause an electric charge to accumulate on your body.  Static electricity can damage electrical components and change their electrical characteristics. CAUTION Be sure to protect electronic elements from electrostatic damage.  Before servicing a product, take adequate measures, such as touching metallic objects, to release static electricity accumulated on your body.

  • Page 38: Front Cover Ass'y Disassembly

    Repair Information .DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 2.1 Front Cover Ass'y Disassembly 7-① 7-② NOTE ★ Grease FLX-2, G-177 ★ Bond Super X 6-① 2-① NOTE Fiber Wire connector 8.0mm×2 6-② NOTE NOTE 6-⑤ 4-① 5.0mm×1 6-③ NOTE 6-④ NOTE ★ Grease FLX-2 4-②...

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    Repair Information <Disassembly and Reassembly Notes> Accessory Shoe Case Ass'y removal ① Unscrew the 4 screws to remove the Accessory Shoe Cover. ② Lift the PC Terminal cap and detach the Accessory Shoe Case Ass'y. ③ Remove the connector. (Fig. 004) Fig.

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    Repair Information Front Cover Ass'y removal ① Rotate the Flash Head horizontally and remove the two screws on the top of the Front Cover. ② Push the Cover Lock Plate on the Rear Cover inward to remove the Front Cover. (Fig.

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    Repair Information ③ Disconnect the two connectors from the Front Cover Ass'y. (Fig. 008) Fig. 008 Front Cover Connectors NOTE :Locations to Apply Front Cover Grease GLX-2 and G-177 (Fig. 009) Grease FLX-2 Grease FLX-2 Grease FLX-2 Power Jack Cap Auto Focus LED Panel Ass'y attachment hole application surface...

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    Repair Information Auto Focus LED Panel Ass'y removal ・ Remove the Front Cover Ass'y from the Auto Focus LED Panel Ass'y. (Hooks in 4 places) (Fig. 010) NOTE :Auto Focus LED Panel Ass'y removal ・ When pushing on the Auto Focus LED Panel Ass'y hooks, make sure not to damage the unit by using excessive force.

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    Repair Information ③ Remove the ND Filter and the IR Filter from the inner connector of the PCB Ass'y (I). (Fig. 012) NOTE :Attaching the Filter ・ When inserting the filters, insert the IR Filter before the ND filter. Fig. 012 Filter ④...

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    Repair Information NOTE :Reassembling the Battery Case Ass'y ・Align the Battery Case pins with the notches on the Dust-proof Sheet. (Fig. 014) Fig. 014 Alignment Position of the Battery Case Ass'y and the Dust-proof Sheet Flash Head removal ① Remove the two connectors from the Flash Head. ②...

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    Repair Information 2.2 Rear Cover Ass'y Disassembly ★ Grease FLX-2 2-① 1-③ ★ Grease G-177, FLX-2 NOTE NOTE ★ Grease FLX-2 Cap hinge ★ Grease FLX-2 1-①、 ② Flash Test Button Ass'y attachment hole ★ Grease SJF102 Power SW pattern side 2-②...

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    Repair Information <Disassembly and Reassembly Notes> Bracket Holder Plate removal ① Disconnect the lead wires from the Cover Lock Plate. (Soldered at one location) ② Push on the back side of the Cover Lock Plate. (Fig. 017) ③ Remove the Bracket Holder Plate. Fig.

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    Repair Information PCB Ass'y (I) removal ・Remove the lead wires from the PCB Ass'y (A). (Soldered in 6 places) (Fig. 019) Fig. 019 Lead Wires Detach the Light Guide Plate, the LCD, and the LCD Connector. Detach the Flash Test Button Ass'y. Detach the packing.

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    Repair Information 2.3 Flash Head Disassembly NOTE 3-② NOTE 4.5mm×2 NOTE NOTE 3-⑥ 3-③ 3-⑤ NOTE 3-④ 4.5mm×2 3-⑤ NOTE NOTE 3-① NOTE ★ Grease FLX-2 ★ Grease G-177 1-② NOTE Slider NOTE 4.5mm×4 4.5mm×2 1-① Fig. 021 Flash Head Disassembly...

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    Repair Information <Disassembly and Reassembly Notes> Flash Head Cover (Lower) removal ① Peel off the Body Number Label. ② Detach the Flash Head Cover (Lower). (Screws x 6) NOTE :Flash Head Cover (Lower) removal ・ Looking at the Flash Head from the front and releasing the hook on the right side makes working with the unit easier.

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    Repair Information Fresnel Panel Ass'y and Flash Panel Ass'y removal ・Detach the Fresnel Panel Ass'y and the Flash Panel Ass'y. NOTE :Installing the Fresnel Panel Ass'y ・ When installing the Fresnel Panel Ass'y, align the Fiber Wire attachment of the Flash Head with the Sensor Seal (silver colored) attachment of the Fresnel Panel Ass'y.

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    Repair Information NOTE :When the Flash Panel Ass'y and the Packing are Separated ・ Looking at the packing from the side, check to see which side the rib is on. Then install the Flash Panel Ass'y so that the grooves face the same direction as the rib. (Fig.

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    Repair Information ③ Remove the FPC that is inserted into the Flash Head Ass'y. (Fig. 031) Fig. 031 FPC Connector Position ④ Remove the two screws on the Flash Head Ass'y. ⑤ Remove the Pivot Ass'y and the Flash Head Ass'y together. NOTE :Pivot Ass'y and Flash Head Ass'y removal ・...

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    Repair Information NOTE :Attaching the Fiber Wire to the Flash Head Ass'y ・ Run the Fiber Wire along the Flash Head Ass'y groove and then push it into the groove. ・Attach it with Bond Super X and cover with tape. Fig.

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    Repair Information ③ Slowly pull on the existing Fiber Wire to pull the new Fiber Wire through the Pivot Ass'y. (Fig. 034) ④ Remove the tape and the existing Fiber Wire. New Fiber Wire Tape Fig. 034 Replacing the Fiber Wire 2...

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    Repair Information 2.4 Flash Head Ass'y Disassembly SCREW×2 1-② NOTE ★ Grease FLX-2 1-④ ★ Bond Super X, Insulation tape 1-③ Fixing Fiber Wire 1-① Fig. 035 Flash Head Ass'y Disassembly...

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    Repair Information <Disassembly and Reassembly Notes> Reflector Ass'y removal ① Remove the lead wire protruding from the Reflector Ass'y. (Soldered in 3 places) (Fig. 036, Fig. 037) Fig. 036 Reflector Ass'y Soldering Fig. 037 Reflector Ass'y Soldering Positions Position ② Remove the two screws and then remove the Motor Ass'y pin from the Reflector Ass'y hole.

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    Repair Information 2.5 Wide Panel Ass'y Disassembly NOTE 4.5mm×4 ★ Grease FLX-2 Apply to the packing groove Fig. 039 Wide Panel Ass'y Disassembly...

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    Repair Information <Disassembly and Reassembly Notes> Remove the packing (3 places). Remove the Wide Panel Cover, the Catch Sheet, and the Wide Panel Ass'y (Screws x 4). NOTE :Reassembly of the Wide Panel Ass'y and Catch Sheet ・ Attach by aligning the Catch Sheet hole and the Wide Panel hook. (Fig. 040) ・...

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    Repair Information 2.6 Battery Case Ass'y Disassembly ★ Insulation tape Soldered part NOTE NOTE Fig. 041 Battery Case Ass'y Disassembly...

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    Repair Information <Disassembly and Reassembly Notes> Battery Case Packing removal ・Open the Battery Cover and remove the Battery Case packing. Remove the Battery Cover Shaft and then remove the Battery Cover Ass'y. NOTE :Assembly of the Battery Cover Ass'y ・ Take note of the Battery Cover Ass'y spring position. (Fig. 042) Insert Into Groove Fig.

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    Repair Information NOTE :Placement of the Temperature Fuse tape (Fig. 044) Soldered part is covered by insulation tape Fig. 044 Placement of tape...

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    Adjustments Contents Page Adjustments 1. PrelImInAry InsTruCTIon …………………………………………………………… 1 1.1 notes for electrical Adjustments ………………………………………………… 1 1.2 Adjustment ………………………………………………………………………… 1 1.3 sl-I/F rs-232C Cable ……………………………………………………………… 2 1.4 sl-I/F (speedlite Interface) ………………………………………………………… 3 1.5 Installation/uninstallation ………………………………………………………… 4...

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    Adjustments . PrelImInAry InstruCtIon 1.1 notes for electrical Adjustments Speedlite 580EX II uses EEPROM for the electrical adjustment. The adjustment data is transferred via PC as is the case of a camera. For communication between the PC and the flash, SL-I/F (Speedlite interface)/ CY9-7097-000 is used. EEPROM (IC101S) is located on the (A) PCB Ass'y.

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    Adjustments 1.3 sl-I/F rs-232C Cable The RS-232C cable for connecting the SL-I/F must meet the following specifications: neC computers neC notebook computers IBm and neC computers Fig. 001 rs232C Cable...

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    Adjustments 1.4 sl-I/F (speedlite Interface) The SL-I/F is an interface used for communicating with a personal computer to write adjustment values into the speedlite's EEPROM during electrical adjustment. 1) sl-I/F specification and nomenclature Fig. 002 sl-I/F specification 2) sl-I/F connection 1.

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    Adjustments 1.5 Installation/uninstallation 1) Provided software Adjustment Software (self-extracting compressed file): Speedlite Adj_Vxxx.exe (Vxxx = version) IE4 (Internet Explorer) or later 2) Installation Procedure Install the adjustment software. 3) uninstallation Procedure Discard the adjustment software folder in the Recycle bin.

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    Parts Catalog Copyright © 2007 Canon Inc.

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    SPEEDLITE 580EX II REF. NO. C50-0811 PARTS CATALOG Copyright © 2007 Canon Inc.

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    Pg. 1 REF. NO. C50-0811 CANON SPEEDLITE 580EX II CY2-1806 CY2-1810 (See Pg.3) CY2-1809 CY2-1805 CY2-1807 (See Pg.2) CY2-1812 CY2-1808 CY2-1811 CY2-1454 CY2-1876 (See Pg.6) CY2-1796 CY2-4239 CY2-1877 CY2-4217 CY2-4220 CY2-1677 (See Pg.7) CY2-4221 CY2-1454 CY2-1797 CY2-1814...

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    P A R T S L I S T Pg. 1 REF. NO. C50-0811 PARTS NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION CY2-1454-000 000 SCREW (2X5) CY2-1677-000 000 SCREW, (1.7X6) CY2-1796-000 000 CASE ASS'Y, FLASH CY2-1797-000 000 STAND, FLASH CY2-1805-000 000 COVER, SIDE (A) CY2-1806-000 000 COVER, SIDE (B) CY2-1807-000 000...

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    Pg. 2 REF. NO. C50-0811 CANON SPEEDLITE 580EX II CY2-1906 CY2-1905 CY2-1910 CY2-1908 CY2-1881 CY2-4260 CY2-1909 CY2-1907 CY2-4243 CY2-1903 CY2-1462 CY2-1904 CY2-4244 CY2-1381 CY2-4245 CY2-1381...

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    P A R T S L I S T Pg. 2 REF. NO. C50-0811 PARTS NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION CY2-1381-000 000 SCREW (2X4.5) CY2-1462-000 000 CONNECTOR, LCD CY2-1881-000 000 RING, O CY2-1903-000 000 CY2-1904-000 000 PLATE, LIGHT GUIDE CY2-1905-000 000 PACKING, REAR COVER (B) CY2-1906-000 000 PACKING, REAR COVER (A)

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    Pg. 3 REF. NO. C50-0811 CANON SPEEDLITE 580EX II (See Pg.5) CY2-1613 CY2-4225 CY2-4224 CY2-4227 (See Pg.4) CY2-1381 CY2-4223 CY2-4235 CY2-1821 CY2-1820 CY2-1822 CY2-1819 CY2-1818 CY2-1613 CY2-1381 CY2-1813...

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    P A R T S L I S T Pg. 3 REF. NO. C50-0811 PARTS NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION CY2-1381-000 000 SCREW (2X4.5) CY2-1613-000 000 SCREW, (2X4.5) CY2-1813-000 000 LABEL, BODY NUMBER CY2-1818-000 000 COVER, FLASH HEAD (LOWER) CY2-1819-000 000 WASHER CY2-1820-000 000 PIN, LOCK...

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    Pg. 4 REF. NO. C50-0811 CANON SPEEDLITE 580EX II CY2-1395 (CY2-4227) CY2-1197 CY2-1197 CY2-4229...

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    P A R T S L I S T Pg. 4 REF. NO. C50-0811 PARTS NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION CY2-1197-000 000 RING, RETAINING (E, 1.2) CY2-1395-000 000 SCREW CY2-4229-000 000 REFLECTOR ASS'Y...

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    Pg. 5 REF. NO. C50-0811 CANON SPEEDLITE 580EX II CY2-1829 CY2-4259 CY2-4226 CY2-1381 CY2-1827 CY2-1826...

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    P A R T S L I S T Pg. 5 REF. NO. C50-0811 PARTS NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION CY2-1381-000 000 SCREW (2X4.5) CY2-1826-000 000 PACKING, FLASH HEAD COVER (A) CY2-1827-000 000 PACKING, FLASH HEAD COVER (B) CY2-1829-000 000 SHEET, CATCH CY2-4226-000 000 COVER ASS'Y, FLASH HEAD (UPPER) CY2-4259-000 000...

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    Pg. 6 REF. NO. C50-0811 CANON SPEEDLITE 580EX II CY2-4246 CY2-1919 CY2-1701 CY2-1920 CY2-4247...

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    P A R T S L I S T Pg. 6 REF. NO. C50-0811 PARTS NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION CY2-1701-000 000 FUSE, TEMPERATURE CY2-1919-000 000 SHAFT, BATTERY COVER CY2-1920-000 000 PACKING, BATTERY CASE CY2-4246-000 000 CASE ASS'Y, BATTERY CY2-4247-000 000 COVER ASS'Y, BATTERY...

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    Pg. 7 REF. NO. C50-0811 CANON SPEEDLITE 580EX II (CY2-4220)

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    I N D E X O F P A R T S L I S T Pg. 8 REF. NO. C50-0811 PARTS NO. PAGE PARTS NO. PAGE CY2-1197-000 000 CY2-1907-000 000 CY2-1381-000 000 2, 3, 5 CY2-1908-000 000 CY2-1395-000 000 CY2-1909-000 000 CY2-1454-000 000 CY2-1910-000 000...

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    Circuit Diagrams CONTENTS Circuit Diagrams 1. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 2. WIRING DIAGRAM 3. P.C.B DIAGRAM 3-1 A PCB 3-2 B PCB 3-3 C PCB 3-4 D PCB 3-5 I PCB 3-6 M PCB...

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    1. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM REF. NO. C50-0811 K PCB (MAIN CAPACITOR) M PCB B PCB D PCB I PCB C PCB C PCB A PCB © MAR, 2007 CANON INC., 2007...

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    A to B I PCB CY2-4245* CY2-4245* G PCB CN-9 CN-10 CN-9 CN-10 AF-assist beam emitter PC Terminal *The lead wire is included in this part number. External metering sensor ACC Shoe CY2-4217* CY2-4220* © MAR, 2007 CANON INC., 2007...

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    3. P.C.B DIAGRAM REF. NO. C50-0811 3-1 A PCB (1) © MAR, 2007 CANON INC., 2007...

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    REF. NO. C50-0811 3-1 A PCB (2) GREEN © MAR, 2007 CANON INC., 2007...

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    REF. NO. C50-0811 3-2 B PCB (1) © MAR, 2007 CANON INC., 2007...

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    REF. NO. C50-0811 3-2 B PCB (2) © MAR, 2007 CANON INC., 2007...

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    REF. NO. C50-0811 3-3 C PCB © MAR, 2007 CANON INC., 2007...

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    REF. NO. C50-0811 3-4 D PCB (1) © MAR, 2007 CANON INC., 2007...

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    REF. NO. C50-0811 3-4 D PCB (2) © MAR, 2007 CANON INC., 2007...

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    REF. NO. C50-0811 3-5 I PCB © MAR, 2007 CANON INC., 2007...

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  • pinco Apr 15, 2014 07:56:
    great great idea
    se funziona, monumento